RACP encourages its Advanced Trainees and Fellows to develop and conduct research projects on specific recommendations as part of specialty training. Outcomes from these projects can be:
• Presented at conferences or published in journals
• Adapted across health services and specialties
• Used as ongoing references or resources
• A career development opportunity
RACP is currently undertaking two Advanced Trainee Demonstration Projects on the Australian & New Zealand Society of Geriatric Medicine’s Evolve Top 5 List
items, which focus on:
• high-risk medications
Demonstration Project Resources
Resources relating to the Evolve Demonstration Projects will be available shortly.
Latest Evolve Research
Awareness and self-efficacy of deprescribing and inappropriate polypharmacy in hospital clinicians’ post-completion of an online HETI module, Choosing Wisely Abstracts - Brendan Ng (p. 37, May 2018)
Hiscock, H et al. Reducing Unnecessary Imaging and Pathology Tests: A Systematic Review. Paediatrics 141(2), Feb 2018.
Morrisroe, K et al. EVOLVE: The Australian Rheumatology Association’s ‘top five’ list of investigations and interventions doctors and patients should question. Internal Medicine Journal 48(2018): 135-143, Oct 2017.
Hiscock H et al. The RACP Evolve General Paediatrics List. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, Sep 2017.
Scott, IA et al. Countering cognitive biases in minimising low value care. Medical Journal of Australia 206(9): 407-11, May 2017.
Soon, J et al. Identifying low-value care: the Royal Australasian College of Physicians’ EVOLVE initiative. Medical Journal of Australia 204(5): 180-181, Mar 2016.
Rosenburg A et al. Early trends among seven recommendations from the Choosing Wisely campaign. JAMA 175(12): 1913-1920, Dec 2015.
Scott IA et al. In search of professional concensus in defining and reducing low-value care. Medical Journal of Australia 203(4): 179-181, Aug 2015.
Gilwa C et al. Evidentiary Rationals for the Choosing Wisely Top 5 Lists. JAMA 314(14): 1443-1444, Apr 2014.
Scott IA. Ten clinician-driven strategies for maximising value of Austrlaian health care. Australian Health Review 38(2014): 125-133, Dec 2013.